by Cathy Martin, MMNN Contributor
On June 7, 2013 Natalie Dawn Clifford was “Called to the Bar” in a ceremony held at the Kenneth C. Rowe Heritage Hall, Pier 21, Halifax where she, along with approximately sixty colleagues, were sworn by Presiding Justice the Honourable Deborah Gass. Natalie, a member of Millbrook First Nation, is the daughter of Catherine Martin and Frank Clifford. Natalie’s parents, as well as her Grandmother Jean Martin, great Aunt’s Florence Walsh, Annie Goodwin, Dorothy Bohez, Great Uncle James Johnson and family friend Deborah Maloney were in attendance to witness Natalie’s Bar Admission. It was a very proud and momentous occasion for all.
The journey to completing her law degree and subsequent admission to the Bar has n ...
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